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Articles by Michael Hall
Sun hopes to cash in on access management, but it joins a field dominated by IBM, CA and others.
New client for BlackBerry joins WebMessenger family of portable IP communications applications.
A new study says WAN optimization appliances are a booming market as organizations spread out.
A new toolbar uses a reputation database to help Outlook and Notes users discover whether mail in their inboxes is a phishing scam.
A new study says medium businesses lose about one percent of their revenue per year to network downtime.
Symantec and F-Secure have announced pages designed to provide users with an at-a-glance overview of the state of Internet security.
A new appliance from Trend Micro sniffs for spyware and malicious applets, then helps infected servers and clients clean themselves up.
DesktopSecure provides anti-virus and intrusion prevention software for Linux workstations.
ENDFORCE's new monitoring tool reports rogue endpoints to network administrators.
A new Web security appliance from IronPort uses a combination of reputation filtering , application layer and network layer monitors to block Web-based malware.
A research firm says the amount of spam e-mail users receive will drop from 3,253 pieces last year to 1,640 pieces in 2010.
Security company F-Secure was the target of a malicious mail apparently designed to give the company a black eye.
Cisco has announced patches for a potential DoS vulnerability in its VPN gear.
Panda Security says botnets have established their place in the malware firmament.
A new organization backed by Sun, Lenovo and Google seeks to shine the spotlight on "badware."
A new report indicates that the United States relays more spam than any other country, but China's number two with a bullet.
Cisco has announced patches and workarounds for flaws affecting its IOS and VoIP software.
A research firm says the network access control enforcement market will grow by over 1,100 percent in the next two years.
New certification pushes expertise in VoIP and video conferencing.
A pair of new reports say 2005 was a year of unfortunate firsts for IM security; with 2006 promising escalations in the sophistication of security threats.
Are Microsoft's Oompa-Loompas producing security candy or just singing the day away? Security experts aren't sure, and they're recommending users fix the latest Windows exploit with unofficial patches.
SANS has announced a pair of graduate degrees in security for aspiring CIOs and other IT professionals.
New mail appliance targets SMEs with spam- and virus-fighting at the edge.
New server aimed at enterprises in need of a backup performance management server in emergency scenarios.